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Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Trailer shows us what’s new?

Nintendo recently released another trailer showing off what’s to come in the revamped or, shall I dare to say, remastered version of Mario Kart 8 in the souped up version being called Mario Kart 8 Deluxe for the Nintendo Switch. Starting off the trailer we see new characters introduced to the port. Included in the line-up are the Splatoon Boy and Girl or better known as the Inkling Boy and I...

ARMS and Splatoon 2 dated along with many more announcements in Nintendo Direct

At midnight last night Nintendo hosted another Nintendo Direct and most of us thought that ARMS and Splatoon 2 would be the only two games showing up, as per their original announcement, but that’s not quite what happened. Oh no, Nintendo came through and hit the ball out the park by announcing a hoard of 3DS and Nintendo Switch titles along with launch dates for ARMS and Splatoon. Buckle up...

Some Switch units are warping if docked for too long

Just like any new console that launches there are always a few wrinkles to iron out in the new system launch window. The Nintendo Switch was no exception with Joy-Con’s not syncing properly, Wi-Fi issues, and a weird bug that makes some very odd noises. It looks like there is a new problem that some Switch owners are reporting and that is the actual system warping if docked for too long. It ...

Video: Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Souped-Up Trailer

Mario Kart the zany, insanely weird go-kart racer is about to hit the Nintendo Switch in a beefed up version straight from the Wii U. Believe it or not, my first introduction to the Mario Kart franchise was not on the SNES, N64, GBA or the GameCube. It was in fact on the Nintendo DS, Mario Kart DS. It was introduced to me by none other than Dawid Venter during my first rAge expo back in 2006. What...

Review: Vroom in the night sky (Switch)

More like vroom into a brick wall

Review: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Nintendo Switch)

After years of trying Nintendo finally nails it with a breath of fresh air

The Nintendo Switch is selling like hotcakes

The Nintendo Switch was a bold move by Nintendo if you really think about it. It aims to merge the idea of portability and home console which hasn’t been done before and in order to have the general public understand it, they had to be very clever. The Switch released on the 3rd of March and people such as myself were fearful that it would be another Wii U situation where people didn’t...

Video: Just Dance 2017 Switch trailer does some potentially dangerous stuff with a bus

Is it unfair to say that Just Dance is the natural evolution of Dance Dance Revolution that just isn’t as appealing? I can understand the appeal of a rhythm game where you have to actually have to dance but unfortunately, I’m more of a Persona 4: Dancing All Night kind of dancer. I mean I might be far more interested in Just Dance if they threw in the investigation team but I also thin...

Video: Wargroove is the closest you’re going to get to Advance Wars for quite some time

I can’t believe the Switch has no games. Last night we got a pretty decent look at what indie developers have in store for the Nintendo Switch and it looks like the console has a solid year ahead. Many an interesting title and port were revealed and it definitely set some tongues wagging. Nintendo’s next console shows some incredible promise as an indie heaven and if indies continue to...

Ultra Street Fighter II let’s you hadouken in first-person

Even though Capcom decided to drop updated re-releases for Street Fighter V, they had to try and get the incessant need to do so out of their system somehow. The Nintendo Switch will receive an updated release of Street Fighter II in the form of Ultra Street Fighter II that will include not only updates to Street Fighter II but also a brand new first-person mode. Titled “The Way of the Hado&...

Video: 1, 2, Switch! has some ridiculous games for the mini-games

Even though Dawid was against me posting this, there are some things you just have to experience. It’s not always easy to show off your mini-games when they make use of motion controls, but Nintendo have bitten the bullet and made the videos for the 1, 2, Switch! mini-games using real people to show off how they work. The results is a little difficult to watch, but something important all th...

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